This book was a tremendous help to me.Basically anything James White has written on Catholicism.
I forgot about Richard Bennett!This book was a tremendous help to me.Basically anything James White has written on Catholicism.
This man, Richard Bennett, is a former priest who is passionate about exposing the errors of Roman Catholicism through a Scriptural lens: http://www.bereanbeacon.org/
There is a lot of information on there so I can't say how vouch for how Reformed his thinking is but at the absolute worst you can get lots of good background on where Catholicism falls short.
There is a guy who I believe is still considered active on PB. His name is dudley. He is a former Catholic who is extremely passionate in exposing Catholic error and promoting the Protestant faith. You could probably message him for links and information.
Great! I was looking for something like that! I can't until I read that bookIf you can find it, Lorraine Boettner's book Roman Catholicism has some good stuff in it, particularly regarding doctrine. However, the timeline at the start of the book showing when various Romish practices began has been debunked by Catholics. Also, the church described in it is the pre-Vatican II church, which was far stricter than the post-Vatican II church and its ecumenism.
I know it's not from the 20th or 21st century, but the best book I've come across refuting Romanism is A Manual of Romish Controversy by Anglican minister Richard Paul Blakeney. It is available for free at the Internet Archive. Since the book was written before 1870 when papal infallibility was proclaimed a dogma, it outlines the various views of infallibility at that time, showing that the Romish claim that the church has always believed in papal infallibility is nonsense.